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originally posted by: musicjunkie
a reply to: FamCore
I'm pretty sure it's a lantern in the white house logo, not an owl.
I am curious why it's green in that video you linked, though. I can't find any other images of the logo with the lantern being shaded green.
Maybe it's because Obama is a comic book fan? (Green Lantern)
In December 2005, the White House announced the intention to renovate the aging Press Briefing Room and cramped press corps offices. On August 2, 2006, the final briefing was held, and President Bush hosted several previous press secretaries at a closing ceremony and there was some hesitation and concern about whether the press would be allowed to return to the White House. In the interim the White House Conference Center was used as temporary location for press conferences. President George W. Bush participates in the unveiling of the new Brady Briefing Room on July 11, 2007 Members of the press before the morning gaggle on July 13, 2007. President Bush reopened the renovated room in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on the morning of July 11, 2007. He held his first formal press conference in the new briefing room the next day, following the release of a report on the progress of the Iraqi government. The modernization cost nearly $8.5 million. Of that sum, $2.5 million was funded by the media, and the remainder was funded by tax dollars. Each correspondent's seat was priced at $1,500. Beneath the current press room lies the former White House swimming pool that has since become a computer server room. The most noticeable change to the briefing room is a different backdrop for the press conferences, now featuring a softly lit screen flanked by mock columns instead of the previous blue curtain. The new podium also contains video screens for teleconferencing and multimedia displays. For safety reasons, the trapdoor that provided access to the old swimming pool (a popular stop for visitors) was replaced by a discreet staircase.
James S. Brady Press Briefing Room
originally posted by: FamCore
I have read/seen what he exposed but I also wonder why the elite would allow someone like Alex Jones to continue to "expose" them, isn't he just a CIA schill? a reply to: ExSmokerYes